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Birmingham

The second largest city in the UK, which is located in West Midlands; it is home to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, a superhospital built under a PFI contract.
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In October 2018, LoveBrum reached a milestone of donating [pounds sterling]100,000 to Birmingham causes in a little over three years.
"The introduction of the third daily service to Birmingham is another significant investment in the UK market and we look forward to offering further choice and excellent value for money to travellers and businesses, including the cargo community." Paul Kehoe, Chief Executive of Birmingham Airport, said: "This additional service means that passengers have access to more than 1,200 seats daily from Birmingham to Dubai, plus even more choice on Emirates' network of global connections across the Far East, the Middle East and Australasia.
AARON ERSKINE: O2 Academy 3, Birmingham. SUPERONIT: The Sharmans Cross, Prospect Lane, Solihull.
Major organization : HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE BIRMINGHAM DISTRICT
Currently operating four times weekly between Birmingham Airport and New Delhi, the newly launched Air India service is expecting a significant increase in traffic in the coming years.
The 2012 Birmingham Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity.
Nucor will reportedly pay $615 million for Birmingham's assets, topping an initial offer of $500 million the company made for select portions of Birmingham Steel back in February.
From 1956 to 1963, about 20 racially motivated bombings, none of them fatal, rocked Birmingham; no one was arrested in any of the incidents.
Birmingham Royal Ballet had the advantage of appearing in its own large theater in the center of Birmingham, whereas the Royal Ballet is homeless until the Covent Garden opera house reopens at the end of 1999.
In response Snow, who is the vice president and entertainment chairman of Birmingham Pride Alabama, a gay political and cultural group, decided to find a theater that would let him run a satellite-feed broadcast of the Ellen episode to a live audience.
It is my first visit to the Freedom Walk in Birmingham, Alabama, the monument in Kelly Ingram Park to commemorate events in the 1963 civil rights campaign.